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What does BADO stand for?

BADO stands for Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist


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Christie Erickson is a Licensed Ocularist in Washington State, a Board Certified Ocularist (BCO) and a Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist (BADO). Specializing in ocular prosthetics since 1981, Christie places her emphasis on the satisfaction and well-being of every patient. Her skill and expertise are equally matched by her personalized care for patients and attention to detail.
Board Certified Ocularist, Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist.
There are no schools that teach ocularistry. A person must learn how to make artificial eyes through an apprenticeship with an approved ocularist (a Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist). The ASO Apprentice Program requires that the apprentice must study all aspects of ocular prosthetics, and spend five years (10,000 hours) in practical training. The apprentice must also successfully complete 750 credits of related study courses offered by the Education Program of the ASO.
Dr Kuldeep Raizada have been awarded as BADO (Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist.
Jahrling attended Western New England College and received his Bachelor of Science (BS) in Biology (1983). He began his ocularist apprenticeship in June 1983 and became an American Society of Ocularists (ASO) Board Approved Diplomate Ocularist.